In addition to providing an east-west connection to destinations in Denton County, the Lewisville Lake Toll Bridge serves as a visually unique landmark.
It features a lighted, weathering steel tied arch spanning 360 feet near the center of the bridge.
Sixteen light towers flank either side of the signature arch.
The four-lane 1.7-mile bridge is part of a larger corridor that connects Interstate 35E at Swisher Road to the Dallas North Tollway at Eldorado Parkway. The Lewisville Lake Corridor is 13.8 miles long and is divided into eight sections, some of which are under construction by other regional partners. The LLTB opened to traffic on
Aug. 1, 2009.